From 8.30 am onwards, the historic vehicle parade will wend its way through the suburbs, the city, the foothills and all the way to the Adelaide Hills township of Birdwood.
There will be plenty of opportunities for spectators along the way. The cavalcade will be led by the Concours d’Elegance vehicles, and will travel up the Anzac Highway boulevard and parade two-by-two through the very centre of Adelaide through Victoria Square / Tarndanyanga.
Exiting the City on Wakefield Road past Victoria Park raceway the vehicles turn North onto Fullarton Road and head to the Hills via Lower North East Road. The twisty climb up Anstey Hill to Houghton is always spectacular, but be early as one-way traffic will be in place from around 8.30 am.
Enjoy the vehicles as they pass through Inglewood, Chain of Ponds and Gumeracha before arriving at the National Motor Museum in Birdwood for the judging and festivities.
• Start – Barratt Reserve
• Right Turn onto West Beach Road – two right turn lanes
• Right Turn onto Tapleys Hill Road (A15) – traffic lights – two right turn lanes
• Left Turn onto Anzac Highway (A5)
• Continue on to West Terrace (A21), merge right once on West Terrace
• Right Turn onto Grote Street – two right turn lanes
• Proceed straight through Victoria Square – use two lanes through the City (some participants may stop for media engagements in Victoria Square)
• Continue on to Wakefield Road
• Right at Dequetteville Terrace roundabout (A21)
• Left onto Fullarton Road at roundabout
• Right onto Payneham Road (A11)
• Left onto Lower North East Road (A11)
• Right at Grand Junction Road/Lower NE Road single lane roundabout – stay on (A11)
• Road closed to event participants only – one-way traffic to Houghton –participants use both lanes, keeping left to facilitate overtaking
• Right onto North East Road (B10) / becomes Torrens Valley Road
• Arriving at Birdwood, Left at Warren Road (B34)
• Right onto Church Street, Birdwood. (return to Adelaide participants exit as signposted from Church St)
• Finish – National Motor Museum grounds entered from back gate from Church Street